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    Quote Originally Posted by mamapoko View Post
    anybdy knows the pricing of superwaves 33 POWER?
    which racket is reccomended for a budget within 70 dllars??
    Style: mainly attacking
    Superwave33power at $135 but now no more stock budget $70 u can get
    raclets like explorer model the pricing is betweein $70to$90

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    Quote Originally Posted by petertan_sg View Post
    guys, how much is a brs9?
    Brs9 is selling $150plus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xinguy View Post
    Superwave33power at $135 but now no more stock budget $70 u can get
    raclets like explorer model the pricing is betweein $70to$90
    oh..
    is the difference in quality of the explorer models and the superwave 33 power big?
    Willing to save till 135

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xinguy View Post
    Brs9 is selling $150plus
    thks bro... btw, for brs9 or high-end victor rackets, where is it made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petertan_sg View Post
    thks bro... btw, for brs9 or high-end victor rackets, where is it made?
    i just saw my brother's artery tec 8900.
    On the shaft it states,
    "all victor rackets made in taiwan"
    i think thats the case..

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    Xinguy,
    how much is the artery tec ti 95 power/tech
    gonna buy in bulk (5-6)

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    Hi victor fan;
    who can help list the balance point(without string/re-grip) for SW35, Sw36, BS09/BS11? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamapoko View Post
    Xinguy,
    how much is the artery tec ti 95 power/tech
    gonna buy in bulk (5-6)
    I'll check for u & let u know soon...

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    Just bought a BRS9 from Elaine today, with 28 lbs VS-850. Nice feel, especially when hit sweet spot. Tonite will try again. But original grip has to be replaced as it doesn't drink sweat.

    Overall, the place was nice. A bit ulu, and Elaine doesn't take NETS or cards. So you must prepare to bring down at least $300, in case you want to buy stuffs. I had to drive back to Shunfu's POSB ATM and drive back again.

    Also, it was rather sad that they are VERY reluctant to help me end the knots with 4 ties, convincing me to use their 2 1/2 ties. BRS9 should be able to take up to 30+ lbs (although indicated as 28 lbs). I told Elaine to do a 28+ lbs. However, she tried to convince me to go 24 lbs even though I told her that all my APACS are done in 30 lbs and I am comfortable with the power and control of a tight string. Luckily, she did it for me at 28 lbs, so it was a compromise and I don't want to void the warranty (anything higher usually would be out of limit of warranty). Lastly, she tried to sell me the 0.66 string, but I stick to VS-850 because I want to see how good it is.

    When I paid, I asked about the warranty and she was uncomfortable about it because she worried that I would clash the racket. Maybe she worried that I would kill the racket and demand a new racket, and she trying to, once again, convince me that the rackets are good quality. Yeah... I seen many high-end Yonex breaks for no reason and was replaced by the shop. All I want is a reassurance that just in case my racket wasn't QC properly, I could get a new replacement. If I break the racket recklessly, then it's my own fault.

    Quality of Racket : 8/10 (good feel, great power)
    Quality of Service : 5/10 (more customer-orientated, NETS machine is a MUST)
    Range of Rackets : 10/10 (full range)

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    I went down again with my coach. Today, the experience was nicer than yesterday. One shot, we bought 6 pairs of shoes.

    I guess I owned them an apology. They were right. 28 lbs is a little too high for this racket. I wasn't able to get any sweet spot (although my slices were very nice). Maybe I would drop back to 25 lbs, so that I could play a better game. Overall, good racket.

    note: of course, Elaine was prettier today, so maybe my mood becomes better? *grin*

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    Maybe u not able to play with 28 tension ... even tension 30 which world class players are using ... Mind u , Lee Yong dae is using Tension 30 with brave sword 09.

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    Anyway, LYD plays with 32 lbs.

    Yes, I usually play with 30 lbs with my APACs and there's no issue. However, seems like I'm getting a hang of BS9@28 yesterday. Would review once more in the near future.

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    My advice to u is do not drop your tension to 25, stick to 28 tension... slowly when yr skill is up, its time to move up to tension 30

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    kiko: thanks dude. i was thinking the same too. but it's likely that i stick to 28 lbs as i feel that this is a good tension to play with. 30 lbs is nice, but i don't need the extra control. anyway, i have never played badminton until last year july, and i have been playing every night (maybe +/- 20 rest days when i went oversea or daddy duties) for at least 6 - 7 matches.

    i'm still quite bad at backhand but i think my overall play is decent enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petertan_sg View Post
    Anyway, LYD plays with 32 lbs.

    Yes, I usually play with 30 lbs with my APACs and there's no issue. However, seems like I'm getting a hang of BS9@28 yesterday. Would review once more in the near future.
    Stringing at different machine get different tension even though you using the same string at same lbs, like some stringer using a old machine with long time never do the calibration for the machine.the tension might a few lbs lower than actual tension. Elaine using a brand new eletronic stringing machine at the new shop at peminpin.i think the tension strung is much more appropriate or accurate. but 1 thing i don like is she is not so frendly. very moody person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonachin View Post
    Stringing at different machine get different tension even though you using the same string at same lbs, like some stringer using a old machine with long time never do the calibration for the machine.the tension might a few lbs lower than actual tension. Elaine using a brand new eletronic stringing machine at the new shop at peminpin.i think the tension strung is much more appropriate or accurate. but 1 thing i don like is she is not so frendly. very moody person.
    yes, i find that too... tension by different stringers are different. i usually stick with my stringer shop @ queensway. the next string needs to give me repulsion over control...

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    Brother Petertan , what string do u use , i recommend u use Victor 850, its use by the korean team , its replusion, defensive , smash are all very good. In my opinion , its a combination of Yonex BG 65 & 66.

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